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International Bird Identification Meeting Following the successful meetings in Israel in 1981, Sweden in 1982, the USA in 1983 and Israel in 1986 (Brit. Birds 76: 96-97; 78: 160; 80: 82), a fifth meeting is now being planned, under the co-sponsorship of British Birds, the Dutch Birding Association and the West German journal Limicola. Provisional plans are that it will take place in late 1990 or early 1991, probably once again in Israel.

'Birdwatching with Bill Oddie' A paperback version of this book (reviewed in the October 1988 issue, Brit. Birds 81: 504-505) is being  published by Papermac. British Birds subscribers can order this through British BirdShop for the reduced price of £3.99, POST FREE. Please use the form on pages xiii & xiv. 

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